The first of three races on the F1 schedule to be staged in the United States this season will take place on the first weekend in May. The Miami Grand Prix has been staged annually since 2022, and it is one of the most star-studded events on the schedule.

Schedule & How To Watch

  • When: Sunday, May 5, 2024
  • Where: Miami International Autodrome, Florida, USA
  • How To Watch: ESPN

Before Betting On Miami Grand Prix

The Formula 1 action continues across the first weekend in May, with the first of three races in the United States set to be staged. Miami has hosted a race on the F1 schedule since 2022, with the field competing a total distance of 308.326 km, which is made up by 57 laps at the Miami International Autodrome.

Max Verstappen and Red Bull have dominated the previous two editions of the race, with the reigning world champion winning each of the last two editions. The Dutchman cruised to victory in the race last year, finishing just over five seconds clear of Sergio Perez.

Verstappen’s dominance could continue in Miami, with the world champion having won all but one of the races already this season. His dominant advantage continued in China last weekend, finishing over 13 seconds clear of the field despite the fact that two safety cars were deployed to stack up the field. Perez secured an excellent weekend for Red Bull by finishing third.

Lando Norris continued to show his quality, as the McLaren driver achieved a second-place finish. The Ferrari drivers spent much of the weekend fighting against each other, but Charles Leclerc eventually came out on top of Carlos Sainz after finishing fourth. A miserable weekend for Mercedes was salvaged by Lewis Hamilton, who climbed from 18th on the grid into the top ten after finishing second in the Chinese Grand Prix Sprint Race.

Miami Grand Prix Offshore Odds & Pick

Max Verstappen1.16
Sergio Perez12.00
Carlos Sainz19.00
Charles Leclerc19.00
Lando Norris19.00
George Russell41.00
Lewis Hamilton41.00
Oscar Piastri51.00

Verstappen’s dominance on track this season is hard to ignore when it comes to betting on the Miami Grand Prix. Therefore, there could be better value in the market to side with Norris claiming yet another podium finish.